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CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY 

95th Street at King Drive 
Chicago, Illinois 60628 





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1947 



(Emblem 1947 



THE YEAR AT 

CHICAGO TEACHERS 
COLLEGE 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 




ELAINE GADE 
Editor 

PAULINE FREEDMAN 

Associate Editor 

MARGRETHE ISAAC 

Literary Editor 



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As you peruse this Emblem, today and in the future, 
you will have a companion in Tillie, the statue. She will 
help to refresh your memories of happy youth, of worthy 
achievement, and of friendships that have endured. 
Memories, pleasant and meaningful, are to be cherished 
and not permitted to dim or perish in the mind. 

The staff has worked long and hard to give you this 
Emblem, and sincerely hopes that you like it. It is our 
hope, too, that the graduates have become aware of their 
educational reponsibihties during their practice teaching 
and that they are eager to take up the challenge pre- 
sented to them by young people everywhere. 

The Editors 






CTC has had an ideal friend and teacher in 
Frances Peickert, head of our music department. 
During Miss Peickert's many years at CTC she has 
instilled in her students something of the musician- 
ship and charm which she possesses. If the pupils 
of the Chicago Public Schools are being well edu- 
cated musically, Miss Peickert may rightly claim to 
have had a part in their development. 



FRANCES PEICKERT, M.ofM.E. 



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The English Department and the Student Body will 
feel an immeasurable loss with the retirement of 
Dr. Hatfield, head of the English Department. In the 
years he has been at CTC, Dr. Hatfield has given 
his students a feeling of the value of progressive 
education. He may rightly claim responsibility for 
a great number of advancements made in the field 
of English during his career. 



W. WILBUR HATFIELD, Litt.D. 




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SWEARINGEN 

ACTING PRESIDENT 





CTC is fortunate in having as Presi- 
dent so understanding a person as Mr. 
James I. Swearingen. Despite his diffi- 
cult task of heading administration of 
both Chicago Teachers College and 
Wilson Junior College, Mr. Swearingen 
somehow finds time to assist the faculty 
and the students with their individual 
problems. 

As one of the first persons in the 
school to advocate the highly success- 
ful faculty-student council meetings, he 
has gained a reputation for democratic 
administration which might be envied 
by any college president. The College 
can look forward to continued progress 
under his guidance. 





The duties of Mr. George Boyle fall into three categories: 
bursar, veterans' affairs, and materiel. As bursar, Mr. Boyle 
collects activity fees and manages the financial affairs of the 
college. He handles veterans' activities and problems. Equally 
important is Mr. Boyle's job of handling the physical necessi- 
ties of the school. In spite of the many problems encountered 
in his department, Mr. Boyle is pleased to be back after serving 
his country in the U. S. Navy. 

GEORGE W. BOYLE, M.A. 



Miss Louise Robinson, CTC's patient Dean of Students, is a 
remarkable person. Anyone else in Miss Robinson's position 
would be quick and short-tempered, but our Dean is only quick. 
First there is pre-registration for those not "coming out right" 
the first time. This makes a full program for Miss Robinson, and 
we, the student body, would like to thank her for all her help. 

LOUISE C. ROBINSON, M.A. 



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As Registrar and Director of Personnel, Mrs. Emma Fleer 
MuUer has many responsibilities. Among her duties are: 
orientation of Freshmen, counseling, assembling data for pre- 
registration, and compiling the school catalog. Her work also 
includes checking records, class cards and lists, evaluating and 
issuing transcripts, and cooperating with the Board of Exam- 
iners regarding admissions and withdrawals. It is easy to see 
why Mrs. Muller is one of the busier persons at CTC. 

EMMA FLEER MULLER, B.S. 



Directing activities for both Chicago Teachers College and 
Wilson Junior College, Miss Mary Calnan emerges from a 
deluge of parties and dances as a gracious and efficient 
worker. Every day throngs of students dash into room 204A 
asking for permission to hold various types of social activities 
and meetings. It is not possible to grant all requests, but 
Miss Calnan is friendly and considerate to all. 

MARY M. CALNAN, M.A. 




Sealed; Thomas M. Thompson, Denton L. Geyer. 

Standing: Ogden Glasow, Omer S. WilUams, Coleman 
Hewitt, Mary F. Guilbault. 



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This year the Education Department has had 
the task of revising the practice teaching sched- 
ule from one year to one semester. The course, 
"Principles of Teaching" was substituted for a 
semester of practice teaching. Mrs. Margaret 
Williams and Mr. Ogden Glasow were added 
to the staff to help the practicing students, and 
Mrs. Mary Guilbault and Mr. Coleman Hewitt 
returned to the department. 

The "regulars" in the Education Department 
were kept busy observing one of the principles 
of education — that of belonging to extra-cur- 
ricular groups. Dr. Geyer, while acting as 
secretary for the Chicago Pedegogical Club, 
managed to write two articles for School and 
Society. Mr. Thompson, chairman of the Edu- 
cation Committee of the City Club of Chicago, 
and Mr. Williams, a member of the Northern 
Illinois Superintendents' Round Table together 
with Mr. Geyer, are members of PDK, an hon- 
orary education society. 




The closing of this school 
year brought the retirement of 
Dr. Hatfield, head of the depart- 
ment. Citing just two of his 
activities will help us get a bet- 
ter view of his contributions. In 
1921 he became editor of the 
English Journal and in 1939 
founded College English which 
he also edits. Since 1921 he 
has been secretary of the Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of 
English. 

Dr. Card, a member of the 
staff before the reduction in 
1941, returned. While away 
he served as executive director 
of the Chicago Council of 
American-Soviet Friendship. 
Miss Thompson came as a sub- 
stitute for Dr. Dougherty, on 
leave. 

Miss Jacobs succeeded Miss 
Camenish, retired, as editor of 
the Chicago Schools louinal. 
Dr. Frogner was on the pro- 
gram of the National Council 
of English convention in Atlan- 
tic City. 



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Standing: Margaret L. Kruwel, Bess Elaine Thompson, Ellen Frogner. 
Standing: Louise M. Jacobs, Karl C. Baumgardner, William Card, 
W. Wilbur Hatfield, Eloise S. Thetford. 



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SOCIAL SCIENCE 

Seated: Frederick K. 
Branom, Henrietta 
Femitz. 

Standing: Harry Oster- 
hart, Joseph Chada, 
William Kaiser. 



MUSIC 

Seated: Frances Peich- 
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heny. 

Standing: Kathryn Cra- 
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What was happening in Europe in 1848? — in America in 1789? — what 
country, south of the United States, is north of Nicaragua? — how to teach 
map reading to children? — all these questions and more are asked daily in 
our Social Studies classrooms. 

The instructors who answer the above questions, and who ask more of 
their own are: Dr. Frederick K. Branom, department chairman, who teaches 
Geography (and who hasn't heard of the Branom Geographies); Dr. Henrietta 
Femitz, who handles the "Method.';" classes and is sponsor of the International 
Relations Club and the Senior Class; Harry Osterhart, who teaches both 
Economic Geography and Principles of Geography; William Kaiser, who is our 
American History expert; and Dr. Joseph Chada, teacher of European History. 
With such a faculty it is no wonder that Social Science has one of the largest 
groups of "trainees" in CTC. 

The teachers in the Music Department are Miss Frances Peickert, who is 
head of the department; Miss Catherine Taheny, Mrs. Elizabeth Hennessey, 
and Dr. Kathryn Cramer. These teachers are all accomplished musicians, and 
in addition to their teaching duties, much of their leisure time outside of school 
is spent in attending concerts and other musical functions. The main purpose 
of the Music Department, as in other departments, is to train for teaching. In 
the case of music minors, the purpose is enlarged to include giving an adequate 
background and foundation in the field of music. It is interesting to note that 
many music minors have gone on to earn Master's Degrees in music. 



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Under the competent direction of Mr. Edvin 
Brye the Psychology Department has grown to 
greater proportion. Two new courses have been 
added: "Psychology of Personality" and "Psy- 
chology of Meaning and Suggestion." 

In addition to teaching at CTC, both Mr. Brye 
and Mr. Eilert belong to the Chicago Psycho- 
logical Club. Mr. Brye is president of the Club 
as well as General Chairman of local arrange- 
ments for the Mid- Western Psychological Asso- 
ciation meeting for 1947. 

Although the psychology field as a minor is 
comparatively recent at CTC, many students 
are taking advantage of it. Psychology minors 
have organized a club and hove lectures and 
movies at their meetings. 



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The Math Department was full of excitement 
this past year. Suspense was a part of it, too 
.... would there be substitutes or would there 
not? Mr. Joseph J. Urbancek, the chairman of 
the department, had his worries. 

Betty Brelin and Mary Kirkpatrick, teachers 
in the department, both passed the high school 
teachers' examinations and were assigned to 
Waller High and Kelvyn Park High, respec- 
tively. 

Substitutes were slow in arriving, and the 
burden of the Math courses was on the 
shoulders of Elaine Drews (CTC '45), John Kelly 
(CTC '41), and Mr. Urbancek. The subs finally 
came in the persons of Lorraine O'Brien (CTC 
'44) and William Coyne (CTC '43). 




MATHEMATICS 



Betty Brelin, Joseph J. Ur- 
bancek, Mary Kirkpat- 



PSYCHOLOGY 



Edvin Brye, Sol. R. Eiler 
Clarence GiHord. 



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Seated: Earl E. SherH, Dorothy V. Phipps, Beals E. French. 

Standing: Alfred C. Vogels, Edward C. Colin. Ralph C. Goode. James M. Sander: 



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From the squeal of guinea pigs to the odor of preserved cats 
our Science Department stresses scientific experiments. Each 
teacher presents material for classroom use and material about 
recent discoveries. Botany has a green-house with adjoining 
classrooms where plants are studied in their entirety. In Zool- 
ogy the students study and dissect preserved specimens and 
learn about hereditary characteristics. Genetics, Microbiology, 
and Physical Science are among other courses offered. With 
all this background our graduates are capable of teaching 
science in schools and doing research. 




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The Physical Education Department is said to have worked harder than usual 
this year to give the P.E. minors the knowledge necessary for them to become 
successful teachers. 

Mr. Joseph Kripner, the chairman of the department, Miss Bernice Boye, 
Miss Gertrude Byrne, and Mrs. Nellie B. Cochran trained the P.E.M.'s, kept 
the other students in good physical condition, and fostered good sportsmanship 
and clean play. 

Mrs. Cochran was busy teaching girls and fellows alike the fundamentals 
of swimming and life-saving; Mr. Kripner was the P.E. practice teaching sem- 
inar leader; Miss Byrne attended to P.E. minors in addition to keeping WAA 
rolling smoothly; and Miss Boye was kept hopping teaching regular gym 
classes. 




Seated: Nellie B. Cochran, Bemice Boye. 

Standing: Frank Svarc, Gertrude Byrne, Joseph Kripn 





Seated: Ruth Dyrud. 

Standing: Howard K. Morse, Henry G. Geilen, Arturo Fallico. 



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The purpose of CTC's colorful Art Department 
is well-defined in the following statement by 
Mr. Geilen, director of the department. "Art is 
an activity of mankind that is in response to a 
fundamental and natural demand of human 
nature. Therefore, it becomes a necessary re- 
quirement in any well-balanced educational 
program. Because of the efforts of the early 
Presidents of the Chicago Teachers College, 
the Art Department has a well-established func- 
tion in the training program of the College. All 
students are required to take four semester 
hours, in which the aim is to further the stu- 
dents' active and effective participation in art, 
both from the standpoint of personal accom- 
phshments, and the ability to teach this subject 
successfully in the elementary schools of Chi- 
cago. The department also offers a minor se- 
quence for those wishing to specialize." 



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CTC has the distinction of being one of the first colleges in the country to 
require all students to take courses in nutrition and family life. Through these 
courses the Home Economics Department contributes to effective home living. 
Additional specialized training is given to students taking a minor in Home 
Mechanics. Acquiring skills is but one phase of this work. Acquiring an under- 
standing of consumer buying problems, health practices, family social activities, 
and care of food, clothing, and furnishings is emphasized in the sequence. 
One of our popular teachers. Miss O'Sullivan, left CTC to become director of 
the Richards Trade School for Girls. Substituting in her place is Mrs. O'Hagan. 

Mary E. Freeman, Gertrude O'Hagan, Edwina Grieser. 





Elmer Morrow, Clarence Bydalek. 

The Industrial Arts faculty consists of Mr. Morrow, Mrs. Sterchele, and Mr. 
Bydalek. This department, together with the Home Economics Department, 
offers the Home Mechanics sequence. Minors in this field are well-equipped 
to teach Home Mechanics courses in the elementary schools. 

A co-operative policy is also maintained with the Science, Art, and Kinder- 
garten-Primary Departments. Students from the latter are instructed in the use 
of audio-visual aids. 

In the past few years there has been much discussion about plastics. This 
department believes that all teachers should have some acquaintance with 
this new product. Consequently, an introduction to plastics is given all students 
in the required Industrial Arts course. 



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Miss Ellen M. Olson and Miss Dorothy Willy comprise the faculty of the 
Kindergarten-Primary Department. Here students concentrate on the area of 
early childhood which is recognized widely as one of the most important fields 
in education. There is much opportunity for direct contact with children, as 
in the nursery school, in play and rhythms, in reading and other phases of 
language development, in excursions, etc. The department believes that the 
importance of good beginnings in early childhood cannot be overemphasized. 



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Seated: Margaret Murray, Rose Albano, Helen Zones. 

Standing: Lorene Wright, Bessie Ream, Head Librarian, Evelyn Cooper, Marguerite Foran, 
Flora Bates. 



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Robert Crossen 

President 

Rojeanne McNally 

Vice-President 

Lorraine Cecola 

Secretary- 
Viola Piemonte 

Treasurer 



The Class of June, '47, departs with the odd dis- 
tinction of having completed what almost never 
began. Confusing? As late as August, 1943, these 
students who are now seniors were studying for 
entrance exams, with no certainty that the exams 
would be offered that year. Late in September, how- 
ever, the official word came through, and by Octo- 
ber, oral exams, too, were over. The Class of '47 
was launched— 180 strong, including fourteen — 
count 'em — fourteen men! By spring, the number 
of men had dwindled to four, the armed forces hav- 
ing absorbed the rest. The class struggled through 
the last six-hour Social Science course to be offered 
at the College. After they had completed the first 
year's work, there was a change in the curriculum. 
As sophomores, they began to specialize in their 
chosen majors. They looked forward to practice- 
teaching in the fall of '45, but again the curriculum 
was changed. By their Junior year, they gained a 
reputation for originality, and proved deserving of 
it by sponsoring a school-wide "Bootie-Appeal" con- 
test — entrance fee: your baby picture. The winners 
were honored at a special Valentine's Day assem- 
bly. By the end of that year, their "majors" were 
"minors," due to a slight change in the curriculum. 
In September, 1946, some went out to practice, while 
others stayed and studied and tried to accustom 
themselves to the sight of men in their classes again. 
This, their senior year, was highlighted by the 
presentation of an original musical comedy, the 
Senior Prom at the Congress Hotel, and, in spite of 
time, tide, and curriculum changes, graduation in 
June, 1947. 




SYLVIA RUTH ANDERSON 

EUNICE APRILL 
MARGUERITE MARY ARMITAGE 



CLODAMIRA CARMEN AUGELLI 

FLORENCE VIRGINIA BARBER 

LA VERNE DOROTHY BEHRENDS 



HELEN MARGARET BINGEN 
BETTY BOOTH 
FRANK JOSEPH BRENNAN 



ALICE MARIE BRINGE 

MURIEL ANN BURKE 

JOAN S. BURNS 



JULIA MARIA BUTLER 

PATRICIA MARIE BYRNE 

JOAN MARIE CAHILL 



JOMARIE ANNE CARROLL 

ANNA JOSEPHINE CHATT 

VIRGINIA MONICA CLANCY 



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VIRGINIA MARY CLEARY • CLARICE lACOBSON COGEN • MARGARET FLORENCE COGHLAN 

CHARMION CONN • DOROTHY ANNE CRIST 



SHIRLEY MAE DERER • MARIELLEN J. DILLON • DOROTHY A. DIMITT 

WILLIAM I. DOHENY • CONSUELO PATRICIA DUFFICY 



JOSEPH MAURICE DUFFY • ANN ITA DUNN • JESSIE HELEN DUNN 

SHIRLEY B. ELFMAN • EDWARD CHARLES ELLIOTT 



LOIS JEANNE FALLON • MARIFRAN FLYNN • VELMA LOUISE FRANKLIN 

JULIA ELAINE FREEMAN • ELLA MAE FRESE 



ELAINE GADE • LOUISE ANN GARRY • MARJORIE FLORENCE GEGAN 

FLEMME MAY GIANCOLA • DORA HARRIS GLASCO 



RUTH F. GOLDBERG • MARY THERESE GRAHAM • MARY JANE GRAY 

DOLORES MARIE GRIEN • DANIEL GEORGE GRIFFEN 



THELMA T. GROSS • HELEN MAE GRUNDEI • MAURICE GLENN GUYSENIR 

COLLETTA A. HALM • VIRGINIA RITA HARRINGTON 



LEAH NIXON HARRIS • NORENE FRANCES HILL • PATRICIA JANE HILLS 

ESTHER R. HOFER • JUNE HOFFMAN 




KATHLEEN ANN HOGAN 

LILLIAN THERESA HOMOLKA 

ZORA M. HONOROFF 



MARGRETHE GLORIA ISAAC 

SEVERENE V. JAKUBOWSKI 

DELLORA E. JOHNSON 



JOAN PATRICIA JORDAN 

JOSEPHINE PHYLLIS JUMMATI 

JANICE S. KAHN 



TERREE ANN KAPPESTER 

EDMUND WILLIAM KEARNEY 

FRANCES DE PAULA KELLY 



MARY GRACE KENNY 

VIRGINIA THERESE KINSELLA 

PATRICIA CLAIRE KIHBY 



LORETTA MAE KOLE 

VICKI HELEN KORSAK 

MARY JANE KRUMP 





DOROTHY E. KRUPA 



JUNE GRACE LACKEY 



SHIRLEY A. LANGRIDGE 



DOROTHY ANN LEBETSKI 

GERTRUDE LEIFER 

RUTH LEE LIEBERMAN 



PAULINE FREEDMAN LIFTON 
WILLIE JAMES LITES 

LOIS M. LYDEN 



IRENE MADE! 

JAMES PAUL MADDEN 

MARIELLEN MAGRADY 



JOHN J. MAHONEY 

ANNE S. MANNO 
ROSEMARY VERONICA MANT 



MILDRED MARIE MARKUSIC 
BETTY J. MARSE 

JOHN O. MEANY 



VIVIAN M. MIKULECKY • PAUL R. MOSS • JAMES JOHN MURPHY 

DORIS RUTH McAllister • margaret patricia mcGowan 



MARY CATHERINE McHALE • GRACE NORA • PATRICIA GAY NORMAN 

JOAN MARGUERITE NYHAN • JEAN MARIE O'BYRNE 



ELEANOR MARY O'KEEFE • EDNA S. OLSON • FLORENCE MARIE O'NEILL 

ANTOINETTE JULIA PARETI • LOTHE CATHERINE PATARINI 



CHESTER S. PATRICK, JR. • LORRAINE M. POWELL • LENA ADELINE PUSATERA 

MARY VIRGINIA RIORDAN • ELSIE KOCH ROZNER 





MARY THERESE RYAN • ISADORE SALARIO • RUTH SAMPSON 

MARY ANN SCHERRER • FRANCES THERESE SCHLAMMES 



PAULINE A. SCHWARTZ • MARJORIE ANN SCHWARZ • MARIE THERESE SENECHAL 

DAVID A. SEVERANCE • MARGARET SHEA 



ROSEMARY THERESE SHIREY • ARTHUR FRANK SILHAN • ELAINE JULIET SKOPES 

LORRAINE ANN STENZEL • WANDA MARY STEPALSKI 



CAROLYN ANNE STOLK • EDWARD THOMAS SULLIVAN • RUTH BARBARA TAPPERT 

THERESA N. THAYER • AUDREY THOMAS 




LOIS JEAN THOMPSON 

ANTOINETTE L, TISCI 

FRANK J. TOGGENBURGER 



SOPHIE L. TOSCAS 



RUTH E. TURKSTRA 

MARY LOUISE VIDOVICH 



BERNADETTE E. WALSH 

WILLIAM I. WALSH 

WILMA H. WATERS 



KATIE TAYLOR WEBSTER 

DOROTHY MAE WEISER 

ROSEMARY ANN WELSCH 



BETTE THERESE WHALEN 

MARY ANN WILHELMS 

ODESSA I. WIMBISH 



ALDONA L, YURSEN 

IRENE ZAFIRATOS 



JUNE GRADUATES NOT PICTURED 



MATYLDA VALARIA BEDNARSKI 
ELIZABETH G. COOK 

MARY CATHERINE DWYER 



LOUIS LIPTON 

MARY LORRAINE MARTIN 
MARY MARGARET MAYS 



MICHAEL DAVID FABING 
WALTER WILLIAM FIEBIG 
CECILE SAMUELS FINK 



PHILIP MOONEY 

FRANCES JOSEPHINE McGEE 

MICHAEL J. McLaughlin 



WARREN LYKKE GIORUP 
NORMAN GRAFF 

GLORIA VIRGINIA HARROD 



LUCILLE C. PERKINS 
ADRIENNE ROBINSON 
EDWARD SHEVICK 



GEORGE P. HOULIHAN 
LIONEL K. JORDAN 
GWENDOLYN KING 



AUGUSTINE W. STARKS 
DOROTHY SMITH WEBBER 
MARY ANN WEILER 








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HARVEY COURTNEY {'47) 

DANIEL DRENNAN ('47) 

RICHARD DREWS ('47) 



DONALD GRASSE ('47) 



JAMES HILLS {'47) 

VIRGINIA KELLY ('47) 



BERNARD MICHAELS ('47) 

CHARLES MORTON ('47) 

PEARL REID ('47) 



HARRY STRAUSBERG ('47) 

RALPH JAMES VESECKY ('47) 



DONALD WATERS ('47) 



FRANK GARDNER ('48) 

MATTHEW JOSEPH KING ('48) 

LUCILLE DORIS WIMMER ('48) 



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C^ladd of 48 



Peggy Abrams 

President 

Charles Johnson 

Vice-President 

Shirlee Jasper 

Secretary- 
Lucille Larocco 

Treasurer 




One year to go and the Class of '48 will be "on 
its own." Rumors are going around that its members 
are ready, willing, and definitely able. After settling 
down to class routine this year, these socially- 
minded future pedagogues entertained the Fresh- 
men at a picnic at Promontory Point. In October, 
witches and goblins galore were in evidence at a 
successful class party, "The Cat's Meow." Winter 
months saw eager preparation for THE big event 
... the Junior Prom, held at the Stevens Hotel. In 
January, the class held its annual theater party. 
Mothers were entertained at a Spring Luncheon in 
April. Getting acquainted with pre-graduation plans, 
the Juniors entertained the Seniors at a May lunch- 
eon, bringing to a close another active, successful 
year. 








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Shirley Anderson • Marge Buckley 
Bemadine Buckley 
Barbara Bruggeman • Donald Brady 



Edith Brooker • Edna Boedeker 
Rosemary Blyth 

Jeannette Blain • Julie Bealle 



Pat Baker • Dorothy Buell 

Jean Burchett 

Iris Burke • Mary Bums 



Ria Bums • Marijane Byers 
Carol Byme 
Helen Chronos • Lorraine Cleary 



James Cotts • Eleanor Dorman 
Olivia Davis 

Pat Deacy • Louise Dieterle 



Peggy Donegan • Albert Douglas 
Genevieve Dunn 

Pat Durkin • Hilda Ellenstein 



Bert Ellis • Eunice Eres 

Rita Fiscella 
Gordon Fitzgerald • Betty Foos 



Norton Freedman • Ruth Geduldig 
Betty George 
Bernice Goldstick • Frances Goldstick 



Janice Graves • Marty Gray 
Alice Griebel 
Mary Griebel • Rosemary Griffin 



Jane Harless • Lorraine Healy 

Theresa Hetferman 
Mary T. Hertel • Fern Hilderbrand 



Jean Hogan • Marge Hoglund 
Marie Horan 
Mariam Huierd • Veronica Jennings 



Laura Johannes • June Johnson 
Maxine Johnson 

Pat Kasson • Jean Kehoe 



Marilyn Kinsella • Jane Kowalczyk 
Nancy Kramm 
Louise Krawczak • Florita Laughlii 



Lorraine LaVigne • Doris Lee 
Jacob Levin 
June Linder • Richard Lis 



Ann Lizius • Doris London 

Mary Ellen Mars 
Dorothy McCabe • Winifred McCa 



Joe McDonald • Joan McGrail 

Dorothy McNeills 

Rosalyn Meyers • Jeanne Moron hi^\ ^ 



Beth Morgan • James Morley 

Juanita Mulcahy 
Therese Mulcahy • Ann Nichols 



Eileen Nilles • Pat Nobeltz 

Dorothy Oldham • Collette O'Malley 





Lorraine OUon • Dorothy Person 
Jack Petty 
Harper Philbin • Loretta Penksoy 



Helen Purcell • Rita Quill 

Lillian Richon 
Margaret Ann Ryan • Jane Schulze 



Betty Sheehan • Cynthia Siegal 
Janice Smith 
Mary Jane Smith • Helene Spara 



Shirley Staschke 
Marian Stenson 
Ettalee Strange • Marie Strunk 



Lorraine Stuczynski • Phyllis Swanson 
Celeste Sweeney 
Joseph Tadelman • Virginia Tahey 



Virginia Tail • Lorraine Teplitz 

Richard Thompson 

Joan Trunk • Zoralyn Vigdo 



Helen Wainauski • Rosemary Walsh 
Natalie WeinhoH 
Mary Whalen • Mary Wheele 



Peggy Williamson • Eleanor Wils 
Bob Zanzow 




.^^ctivitieS 




Seated: Florence O'Neill, Service Chairman; Ed Kearney 
Vice President; Mary Jane Krump, President; Lorraine 
Healey, Treasurer; R,a Burns, Junior Representative. 

Second How: Mary Gallagher, Hamona Carroll, Barbara 
Anderson, Freshmen Representatives; Collette O'Malley 
Ed Sullivan, Miriam Huferd, Junior Representative; Lu- 
cille Larocco, Pat Baker, Junior Representatives. 

^''pv,k°"''t u'''^^ Brennan, Senior Representative; Harper 
Philbin, John Mahoney, Senior Representative. 

Not Pictured: Mary Grace Kenny, Secretary; Vicki Korsak 
Senior Representative; Kay Graves, Dolores Durkin, Mary 
Fran McGuhvray, Sophomore Representatives; Rich 



J^tudent L^ouncll 

Mary Jane Krump, President 

Edmund Kearney, Vice-President 

Mary Grace Kenny, Secretary 
Lorraine Healy, Treasurer 



Our main goals — Coordination, Service, 
Election, Investigation, and Red Cross — were 
preserved and enlarged. 

The Faculty-Student Council meetings were 
an outstanding achievement. Our Council 
joined those of other schools through The Na- 
tional Students' Organization. 

The year began with a comprehensive Fresh- 
men Orientation . . . Facuhy-Freshmen Tea 
Colonel Handbook . . . Sponsors . . . Coke Date 
. . . Information Booth . . . Freshmen Picnic . . . 
School-wide Open House. 

The year's activities included the Fall Hay- 
ride ... a Pep Rally . . . Socials after the games 
. . . Friday After-Class Socials . . . S.S HOME- 
COMING ... and The Dunes Junket. 

Council's busy year included a lunchroom 
clean-up ... a lounge clean-up ... an anti- 
smoking campaign . . . supervision of School 
Elections ... the organization of the Freshman 
Class . . . transportation to off-campus games 
. . . Committee Book . . . and Cheer Contest. 





CO-ORDINATING COUNCIL 

Seated: Mary lane Krump, Peggy Abrams, Vicki Korsak, Chairman; Marjorie Schwarz, Mary Grace 

S.a'LTng: 'Lo™^Healy, La Verne Behrends. Joan McGrail Ed Sullivan, Ed Kearney. Kas.y Graves, 
Elaine Gade, Matt King, Florita Laughlin. 

RED CROSS 

Seated: Shirley Starr, Vice-Chairman; Shirlee Jasper, Secretary; Vicki Korsak, Chairman; Nancy 

Krumm Florence ONeil, Dorothy Buell. 
Second Row Lorrame Cecola. Joan Burns, Mary Kay McHale, Paul.ne Freedman. Terry Kappester, 

Lorraine Healy, Marjorie Schwarz. Joan McGrail. , „ m r .>,»rin» Fr,an Marv 

Top Row: Joan Cahill, Lucille Larocco, Kris Bringe, Mary Jane Krump, Mary Catherine Egan, Mary 

Grace Kenny, Marilynn Kinsella. 

SERVICE 

Seated: Joan Cahill, Marjorie Schwarz, Mary Grace Kenny, Florence O'Neil, Chairman; Lorraine 

Seco^'^Row: Kris Bringe, Shirley Starr, Joan Bums, Pauline Freedman, Mary Catherine McHale, 
Top Rlw'^l^t McG^l, ?e°rrj K^ppester, Vicki Korsak, LaVeme Behrends, Dorothy Buell, Lorraine 
Cecola, Anna Chatt, Lucille Larocco. 




CHEER LEADERS 

Fem Hilldebrand, Ardeth Magee, June Schrom, Peggy 
Cortilet, Vivian Mikulecky, Matylda Bednarski. 



PROM COMMITTEE 

Seated: Ed Sullivan, Co-Chairinan; Bernadette Walsh, Co- 

Chairman; Joan Jordan, Virginia Cleary, Jim Murphy. 
Standing: Ruth Sampson, Dorothy Crist, Lorraine Cecola, 



FRIDAY SOCIAL 

Pat Baker, chairman. 



HOMECOMING COMMITTEE 

Seated: Jack Mahony, Lorraine Healy, Ed Kearney, Chair- 
man; Mary Grace Kenny, Frank Brennan. 

Standing: Mary Gallagher, Lucille LaRocco, Joan McGrail, 
Vicky Korsak. 



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March 7th saw a cruise of Student 
Council's S.S. HOMECOMING. The 
cafeteria was ship-shape with "Little 
Colonels" masquerading as sailors. A 
smorgasbord dinner was spiced with 
the schy humor of emcee, Jack lorio. 
School yells rang through the rafters 
as the varsity team defeated the 
Alumni. Then S.S. HOMECOMING 
glided into port to the strains of Jim 
Barclay's music. 

Captain Ed Kearney and his efficient 
crew can look back with pride at that 
smooth trip. The ship's log records a 
list of mighty happy passengers. 





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Seated: Etta Lee Strange, 1st Vice Pres.; Mary Bums, Pr 
Zamzow, 2nd Vice Pres. 



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Standing: Alice Griebel, Treas.; 
Rosemary Kirby, Librarian. 



Giesch, Librarian; Jim Reid, Secretary; 



One hundred voices, including male students for the first time since 1941, 
constitute one of CTC's largest organizations. The choir, sponsored by Dr. 
Cramer, began its season with an October breakfast with many faculty guests 
present. In the Madonna Contest, Margaret Glauser was chosen to represent 
the Madonna, and she was featured at the Christmas program. This was 
followed by traditional carol singing. 

The 1947 activities included the January Commencement, the National 
Brotherhood Week program, the ACE tea, the Pan-American program, the 
Annual Spring Concert, and the dinner given by Phi Alpha and the choir in 
honor of Miss Peickert. A picnic closed the social season, and the final appear- 
ance was at the June Commencement. 






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The story of the 1947 Emblem is one which 
contains all the drama and suspense of a 
mystery thriller. In fact, much of the time while 
this book was being prepared, there was a real 
and genuine mystery . . . would there be an 
Emblem or not? Orchids to our sponsor, Mary 
Kirkpatrick, whose efforts and accomplishments 
solved this mystery and to whom we owe much 
of the success of this book. 

The Emblem was persistently straddling the 
financial fence, when our advertising manager, 
Charles Johnson, and his staff gave it a boost 
and sent Emblem "over the top" to financial 
success. Editor Elaine Code's very optimism 
and faith in the ability of her staff made 
Emblem a reality. The editors, managers, and 
members of the Emblem staff express their 
gratitude to Miss Dyrud, our new faculty spon- 
sor, and to the student body for their co-opera- 
tion, as they give to you the new and greater 
1947 EMBLEM!! 




RUTH DYRUD 
Advisor 



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EMBLEM 

AT 
WORK! 





STAFF 

ELAINE GADE o i n i i 

' °'^''"' '^ Editor-in-Chief Elaine Gade 

Associate Editor Pauline Freedman 

Literary Editor Margrethe Isaac 

Activities Editor Vicki Korsak 

Classes Editor Ria Burns 

Sports Editor Patricia Norman 

Art Editor Alonzo Chancellor 

Photographers James Lewis, Don Steck 

I Business Manager Joseph Duffy 

' Advertising Manager Charles Johnson 

Sales Manager Mary Catherine McHale 

Advisors Mary Kirkpatrick, Ruth Dyrud 

Staff: Literary — Joan Cahill, Zora Honoroff, Janice 
Kahn, Patricia Norman, Eleanor O'Keefe, Lorraine 
Powell; Art — Kris Bringe, Charmion Conn, Dorothy 
Krupa, Jim Morley, Jack Mulder; Advertising — Pat 
Baker, Mary Burns, Lorraine Cleary, Gordon Fitz- 
gerald, Miriam Huferd, Mary Kay Le Roy, Therese 
W£if-' -a Mulcahey, Colette O'Malley, Florence O'Neill, Mar- 

" ''^ qaret Ann Ryan; Sales — Barbara Anderson, Arlene 

Breault, Pat Cortelet, Lorraine Healy, Lois Lyden, 
Rojeanne McNally, Harper Philbin, Bernadette Tan- 
MARGRETHE ISAAC sey; Service — Rosemary Welsch, chairman, Clarice 
Literary Editor Cogen, Irene Madej, Edna Olson. 

BUSINESS. SALES. AND ADVERTISING 

Seated: Marjorie Schwarz, Elaine Gade, Clarice Cogen, Mary Kay McHale, Joe Duffy. 

Cliuck Johnson, Joan Jordan, Betty Whalen, Pat Baker. 
Second Row: Gordon itzgerald, Shirlee Jasper, Lorraine Healy, Mary Grace Kenny, 

Florence O'Neill, Colette O'Malley, Cyntfiia Slegal, Rutfi Sampson, Harper Philbin. 

Doris McAllister. 
Third Row: Miriam Huferd. NataUe Weinhoff, Mary Kay LeRoy, LaVerne Behrends, 

Terry Kappester, Barbara Anderson, Anna Chatt, Pauline Freedman, Lorraine 

Cleary, Chuck McGuckin, Elaine Gade. 




EMBLEM 





Seated: Ann Nicholson, Janice Kahn, Mar- 
grethe Isaac, Literary Editor, Joan Cahill. 

Standing: Zora HonoroH, Matthew King. 
Ed Kearney, Lorraine PowelL 



PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART 

Seated: Marilynn Kinsella, Mary Grace 
Kenny, Lorraine Cecola, Clarice Cogen, 
Elaine Skopes, Dorothy Krupa. 

Standing: Jack Mulder, Jim Morley, Char- 
mion Conn, Jack Mahoney, Don Stack, 
Photographer; Kris Bringe, Alonzo Chan- 
cellor, Art Editor. 



CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES 

Seated: Marilynn Kinsella, Ria Bums, 
Classes Editor: Vicki Korsak. Activities 
Editor; Ruth Sampson. 

Standing: Doris Lee. Joan Burns. Peggy 
Abrahams. Winnie McCanna. 



MATT KING 
in-Chiei 




ED KEARNEY 
Managing Editor 



ELLEN FROGNER 



Tempo began operations this year with a staff 
that had been cut to ribbons by graduation last June. 
Lea Bertani, editor-in-chief for the fall semester, 
began a policy designed to make the paper more 
readable and more representative of the school. With 
the co-operation of interested students, editorial 
features were expanded, and the "Letters to the 
Editor" and "Tillie Tells" columns were added. 

Matt King, editor for the spring semester, continued 
this policy and introduced the "Verse and Reverse" 
column and more pictures and cartoons. Miriam 
Huferd presided over the feature section, and Ann 
Nicholson was in charge of news-gathering. The 
reappearance of men at CTC made sports news 
more prominent, and when Ed Kearney became 
managing editor, Sam Altschuler became sports 
editor. 



Tempo's heading of May 20: 

"TEMPO WINS ALL-AMERICAN RATING." 



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NEWS AND SPORTS 

Seated: Lauretta Peterson, Ann Nicholson, Maureen Neary. 

Standing: Bemie Costello, Sam Altshuler, Lorraine Hickey, Rich Thompson. 

FEATURES, CARTOONISTS, AND PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Seated: Bemica Goldstick, Jean Burchett, Miriam Huferd, Celeste Sweeney. Pat 
Baker. 

Standing: Alonzo Chancellor. Jack Mulder. Elaine Gade, Don Steck, Jim Morley. 
COPY, BUSINESS, AND ADVERTISING 



Seated: Lula Christopulos. Peggy Abrai 
Standing: Cynthia Siegel. Mary Catheri 



Shirley Starr. 
McHale, Vicki Korsak. 



STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Matt King 

Managing Editor Ed Kearney 

News Editor Ann Nicholson 

Associate News Editors 

Maureen Neary, Lauretta Peterson, 
Rich Thompson 

Feature Editor Mariam Huierd 

Feature Staff Zoralyn Vigdor, 

Celeste Sweeney, Pat Baker 

Sports Editor: Men's .. Sam Altshuler 

Sports Editor: 

Women's Lorraine Hickey 

Sports Staff. . .Vivianne Grandsaarl, 
Dolores Gorski, Bemie Costello 

Copy Editor Cynthia Siegal 

Copy Staff Lula Christopulos, 

Gloria Schwarzkopf, Kay McHugh 

Photography Staff Don Stech, 

Elaine Gade, James Lewis, 
Bemice Goldstick 

Business Manager . Mary Jane Krump 

Assistant Mildred Loeb 

Advertising Vicki Korsak, 

Mary Catherine McHale 

Exchanqe Shirlev Starr, 

Peggy Abrams 

Chief Cartoonist. .Alonzo Chancellor 

Cartoon Staff Jim Morley, 

Adele Schubert, Tack Mulder 

Special Staff Reporters 

Rosemary Welsch, 

Helen Mae Grrundei. 

Phyllis Duskin 

Freshman Reporters . . Shirley Davis, 
Joan Geisch, Marie Gleason. Lil- 
lian Peckerman, Mary Rose Kells, 
Elsie Dowgun, Lillian Nobles. Helen 
Jacobson, Ruth Gilke, Marilyn 
Singer 

Sponsor Ellen Frogner 



Seated: Kathryn Cramer, 
Catherine Taheny, Eliza- 
beth Hennessey. 

Standing: Lorraine Healy, 
Treasurer; Celeste 
Sweeney, Secretary; 
Kasly Graves, President; 
Marquerite F is cello, 
Vice-President. 




Seated: Joan Cahill, Joan Trunk, Shirley Starr, Celeste Sweeney. Lorraine Healy, Kasty 

Graves, Marguerite Fiscella, Edith Brooker, Rita Fiscella. 
Second Row: Ruth Garshag, Pat DurkLn, Hilda Ellenstein, Dorothy McNeills, Janice Smith, 

June Johnson, Jenny Jacobson, Marguerite Armitage, Virginia Cleary, Marion Douglas, 

Ettalee Strange, Dora Glasco. 
Top Row: Rosette Caldwell, LaVeme DePaol, Lorraine Powell, Virginia Butzow, Zora 

HonoroH, Margarethe Isaac, LaVerne Montgomery, Anna Mae Fiedler, Jean Moran, AUce 

Griebel, Marie Hertel, Jeanette Blain, Janice Kahn. 



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Phi Alpha is a musical organization whose members are music majors and 
whose sponsors are the music faculty. The main purpose of Phi Alpha is to 
give musically-minded students a better understanding of the world of music, 
past and present. 

Phi Alpha started the year with a tea for the introduction of its new officers. 
Other activities included a Christmas party, a tea with Miss Peickert as guest 
speaker, a meeting with Mrs. Gilliland of Wilson Ir. College as guest speaker, 
and an annual dinner which was held in honor of Miss Peickert who retired 
at the end of the semester. 



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In the past, our student branch of Association for Childhood Education has 
drawn its members largely from the kindergarten-primary department. This 
year, however, there were many members from the elementary department, 
including some of CTC's G.I.'s. That they were a valuable addition to the 
organization was demonstrated at the October meeting, where the program 
consisted of a panel by six veterans of various theaters of war, speaking of the 
children and the educational customs that they had observed around the world. 

The theme of the year, "Co-operative Effort for Children," was carried out 
through a series of guest speakers, featuring some of our own faculty members. 
The National Convention in Oklahoma City was the climax of an active, pro- 
gressive year. 



Seated: Rich Thompsrn, Betty Whalen, Secretary; Joan McGrail, 1st Vice-Pres.; Laura 
Johannes, President; Maureen Neary. Treasurer; Dorothy Dimitt. Jim Morley. 

Second Row: Elsie Rozner, Elaine Gade, Pat Kirby, Miss Willy, Miss Olson, Ed Sullivan, 
Mary Ann Scherrer, Frank Brennan. 

Last Row: Marilynn Kinsella, Celeste Sweeney, Joan Trunk, Mary Grace Kenny, Janice Kahn. 
Rosemary Mant, Dellora Johnson, Audrey Thomas. 



Seated: Lu LaRocco, Kris Bringe, Joe Dufiy, Joan Jordan, Doris McAllister, Joan Bums, Mary 
Wheeler, Margie Armitage, Fran Kelly, Grace Nora, Jack Mahoney, Jim Murphy. 

Second Row: Shirlee Jasper, Margie Schwarz, Lillian Sanders, Lauretta Peterson, Rosette 
Caldwell. Lorraine Healy, Shirley Starr, Miss Willy, Miss Olson, Marian Douglass. Etta 
Lee Strange, Miriam Huferd, Pat Baker, Shirley Coffey, Harper Philbin. 

Last Row: Lorraine Cecola, Florence O'Neill, Virginia Butzow, Vicki Korsak, Ruth Garshag, 
Pat Durkin, Hilda Ellenstein, Charmaine Picard, Margaret Huffnagle, La Verne Mont- 
gomery, Dorothy Krupa. Peggy Abrams, Ria Burns, Margaret Ann Ryan, Jean Moran, 
Virginia Cleary. 




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An organization which hardly needs an introduction is Fellowship, a group 
which practices fellowship and brings charity to many needy persons. It is an 
outstanding group when its deeds and activities are summed up. The year 
starts with a Freshman Tea welcoming all newcomers. This year the Silver 
Tea helped out the Milk Fund and a Tag Day netted the organization seventy- 
live dollars. Christmas baskets were given to a nearby church for distribution. 
Accentuating the interest of the members of the Hallowe'en dance, "Black 
Magic," the trimming of the Christmas tree, bridge lessons, and a charm school. 



Sealed: Jean Burchette, Joan McGrail, Treasurer; Miriam Huferd 
Schwarz, President; Peggy Abrams, Secretary; Shirlee Jasper. 

Standing: Lorraine Cecola, Mary Catherine McHale, Mary Grace Ki 
Burns, Kris Bringe. 



Vice-President; Margie 
n Morley, Ria 



Seated: Mary Jane Krump, Lorraine Healy, Marilynn Kinsella, Mary Grace Kenny, Peggy 

Abrams, Miriam Hulerd, Marjorie Schwarz, Joan McGrail, Lorraine Cecola, Joan Burns. 
Middle Row: Grace Nora, Florita Laughlin, Veronica Jennings, LaVeme Behrends, Pauline 

Freedman, Terree Kappester, Lenore Berquist, Joan Jordan, Doris McAllister, Bette Whalen, 

Doris Lee. 
Top Row: Florence O'Neill, Vicki Korsak, Jeanette Costello, Mary Kay McHale, Anna Chatt, 

Mary Hoffman, Jeanne Moore, Barbara Anderson, Dorothy Buell, Kris Bringe, Mary 

Gallagher. 




Seated: Lonaine Cecola, Dolores Grein, 
Treasurer; Cloda Augelli, President; 
Joe Duffy, Vice-President; Terry Gra- 
ham. Secretary; Ruth Lieberman. 

Standing: WilHam Coyne, Marjorie 
Schwarz, Mary Catherine Egan, Flor- 
ence O'Neill, Pauline Freedman, Anna 
Chatt, Mary Therese Ryan, John Kelly. 



First Row: Charlotte Wood. June Ma- 
chovec, Catherine Graham, Lucille La 
Rocco. 

Second Row: Marian Stenson, Jeanne 
Kehoe. Rita Quill, Helen Purcell, 
Ramona Goldblatt, Lois Davis, Helen 
Chronos, Pat Deacy. 

Third Row: Mary Lu McGeoghegan, 
Olivia Davis, Mary Jane Schuler, 
Clara Keske, Rita Roche, Helen 
Woods, Genevieve Dunn, Eileen 
Nilles, Mary Wheeler. 

Fourth Row: Ted Hagansee, Marian 
Galati, Eleanor Davies, Alice Sharp, 
Josephine Pellegrini, Betty Weisel, 
Joan Fleischer, Eleanor Wilson, Col- 
lette Walloch, Audrey McLean, Rob- 
ert Fischer. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hagensee, Cloda Augelli, Mr. and Mrs. Urbancek. 



Meeting twice each month with lectures on varied subjects correlated with 
math, we have KME and the Math Club. Lectures are given by visitors, 
teachers, and students. Demonstrations are offered with the "slip stick" (slide 
rule) and interesting games involving math are played. Members are initiated 
into KME using the nationally accepted ceremony. The year's events include 
an annual picnic, and they are topped off by the annual banquet. A National 
Convention at Illinois State Teachers College was the big event this year with 
officers and members of Chicago Teachers College KME attending. 




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Seated: Bernadine Buckley, Joan Hussey, 
Miss Dyrud, Florita Laughlin, Chairman; 
Mr. Morse, Jim Morley, Charmion Conn. 

Middle Row: Marikay La Roy, Vicki Kor- 
sak. Dr. Fallico, Dorothy Buell, Elaine 
Skopes, Dorothy Krupa. 

Top Row: Joan McGrail, CoUette O'Malley, 
Miriam Huferd, Kris Bringe, Alonzo 
Chancellor, Jack Mulder, Shirlee Jasper. 



"ART FOR ALL" is the purpose of the Art Guild under the sponsorship of 
Henry Geilen. Membership in the club is open to all CTC students. Art Minors 
automatically become members. Each Fall the Guild sponsors a tea for fresh- 
men. Last March a colorful exhibition of student work was hung in the foyer. 
Media included pencil, charcoal, oil, watercolor, clay, stenciling, blockprinting, 
woodwork, and marionettes. A second exhibit, in May, featured paintings by 
outside artists. 



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The International Relations Club is under the sponsorship of Dr. Henrietta 
Fernitz. Its officers are Grace Nora, chairman and Joseph Duffy, secretary. 
The objective of the club for this year was to have discussions on the topic: 
"American Foreign Policy in Relation to England, Germany, Italy, China, 
Russia, and South America." The club has devoted its meetings to round table 
discussions and talks by Dr. Mogilvutsky of Loyola and Mr. Kaiser on this 
subject. In addition to the above mentioned objective, the International Rela- 
tions Club has taken up other pertinent issues and items of interest which have 
arisen during the year. One such topic was a report on the Midwest I.R.C. 
Conference in Indiana. 



Seated: Dorothy Krupa, Marilynn Kinsella, 
Mary Kay McHale, Doris McAllister, 
Grace Nora, Dr. Fernitz, Joe Dufty, Joan 
Jordan, Betle Whalen, Pat Baker, Rich 
Thompson. 

Second Row: Jim Murphy, Vicki Korsak, 
Jack Mahoney, Ed Kearney, Clarice 
Cogen, Dorothy Ludwig, Lillian Ludwig, 
Nancy Kramm. Miriam Huferd, Ed Sulli- 
van, Virginia Cleary, Harper Philbin, 
Frank Brennan. 

Top Row: Don Taylor, Joan McGrail, Peggy 
Abrams, Jean Connelly. Ruth Sampson, 
Joan Trunk, Celeste Sweeney, Lorraine 
Cecola. Mary Grace Kenny, Elaine Gade, 
Shirlee Jasper, Lucille Larocco, Hia Burns, 
Joan Burns, Mary Ann Scherrer, Fran 
Kelly. 





June HoHman, Vice-President; Juanila Mul- 
cahey, Secretary: Dr. Sanders, La Verne 
Behrends. President; Louise Krawczak, 
Treosurer. 



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Seated: Louise Krawczak, Juanita Mulcahy, Dr. Sanders, LaVerne Behrends, 

June Hofiraan, Cal Markou. 
Middle Row: Rosalyn Meyers, Ruth Goldberq. Helene Szpara, Lorraine 

LaVigne, Gordon Fitzgerald, Terry Kappester, Rosemary Griffin, Dorothy 

McCabe, Mary Ellen Mars. 
Top Row: Doris Smith, Frances Goldstick, Bernice Goldstick, Janice Graves, 

Paul Moss, Lilhan Homolka, Helen Mae Grundei, Severence Jakabowski. 



Mu Beta Phi, the science fraternity at CTC, records forty-two registered 
members who meet monthly at the college for the purpose of extra-curricular 
scientific pursuits. 

Their social calendar opened with trips to the Museum of Science and 
Industry for lectures on "Embryology" and "The Transparent Woman." In 
December, the fraternity held a wiener roast at Promontory Point, followed by 
a dinner meeting later in the month, featuring Dr. Sanders, the sponsor, who 
spoke on "New Frontiers." A trip to Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis- 
consin, proved to be the highlight of the year. 



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The PEM Club, consisting of Physical Education Majors, welds its members 
into a unified group for the betterment of physical education. The sponsor is 
Mr. Joseph Kripner, and the advisory council consists of Miss Gertrude Byrne, 
Mrs. Nellie Cochran, Miss Louise Robinson, and Miss Bernice Boye. 

PEM's objectives are: to promote scholastic achievement, to promote school 
activities, and to inform members of innovations in the field of physical educa- 
tion. 

Among the club's activities were demonstrations and discussions of current 
programs. Notables in the field, Mr. Claussen and Mr. Kiefer, appeared before 
the club. PEM's spring plans included Golf Day, Play Day, a barn dance, a 
splash party, and the traditional initiation party for incoming P.E. Majors. 



Sealed: Jane Harless, Dolores Gorski, Doris Morrison, 
Ruth Geduldig, Joseph Kripner, John Smith, Gus 
Ziagos, Roberta Burgess, Mary Lou Pfister, Frances 
Kolinski. Gwen Neuield, Marilyn Roberts. 

Second Row: Grace Fox, Doris Pohlman, Shirley An- 

Eleanor Dorman, Lorraine Stuczynski, 

Ardeth Magee, Audrey Streicker, Pauline Werges, 

Alice Briggs, Margaret Schmidt, Helen Wainaus- 

kus, Jane Schulze. 

Third Row: Lillian Ricken, Carlton Haas, Bernard 
Moloney, Norman Silber, Ray Swanson, Joe Wil- 
kowski, Dorothy Mottl, Peg Cortilet, June Schrom, 
Anne Lizius, Phyllis Swanson, Shirley Lund. 

Fourth Row: Don Brady, Tom Brancato, Robert Long, 
Jim Liston, James Sullivan, Albert Ackerman, Marty 
Gray, A! Douglas, Mindo Jakus, Dorothy Kozeluh. 
Jack Petty, Joe Tadelman. 




Seated: Irene Zafiratos, Shirley Elfman, Lottie Patarini, Mary Jane Gray, Loretta Kole, 
Margaret Shea, Betty Morse. 

Second Row: Ruth Tappeit, Wilma Waters, Lorraine Stenzel, Matylda Dednarski, Vivian 
Mikulecky, Jessie Dunne, Rojeanne McNally. 

Third Row: Joe Tadelman, Carlton Haas, Mildred Markusic, Michael McLaughhn, Bernard 
Moloney, Isadore Salario. 

Fourth Row: Bert Ellis, Julia Freeman, Shirley Derer, Lois Thompson, Adrian Robinson, Ruth 
Turkstra, Ella Mae Frese. 



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Seated: Marijane Byers, Lorraine Olson, Mary Griebel, Treasurer; Julie Beall, Vice- 
President; Marilynn Kinsella, Peggy Donegon, Mary Jo Whalen. 

Second Row: Rosemary Walsh, Mary Kay McHale, June Linder, Loretta Pinkoss, Ruth 
Sampson, Joan Jordan, Peggy Abrams, Margaret Ann Ryan, Carol Byrne. 

Third Row: Dorothy Oldham, Doris Lee, Ria Burns, Rosemary Blyth, Winiired 
McCanna, Betty Sheehan, Peggy WiUiamson, Marie Strunk. 



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Home Mechanics minors are offered a variety of activities through member- 
ship in the Home Economics Club. Interesting lectures, parties and the annual 
spring dinner are among the events on the calendar. The climax of the year 
was the Midwestern Convention of Home Economics Students in Chicago dur- 
ing March. Spring brought picnics and other festivities. 



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Orchestra members had a full program this year. In addition to playing for 
assemblies, they contributed to the Christmas Program, graduation exercises, 
the Senior Play, the South American Program, and the Spring Festival. 

Activities outside of school included a Christmas program for the Veterans 
Hospital at Downey, Illinois, a community program at the Englewood Metho- 
dist Church in March with Mr. Swearingen as guest speaker; and an Easter 
program at the Englewood Presbyterian Church which rounded out a busy 
and successful year. 




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"Call It College," an original three-act come- 
dy written and directed by Grace Nora, was 
something new in senior class presentations. 
The play dealt lightly and cleverly with life and 
love at historic Pulse Normal, the seat of dignity 
and tradition. Tradition was upset and dignity 
definitely unseated by the cast and the color- 
ful chorus. The original score and adaptations 
were done by Janice Kahn, and Gertrude 
Leifer directed the music. 



Seated: Joe Duffy, Frank Waterstraat, Joan Jordan, Marguerite 

Armitage, Robert Crossen, Dan Griffin. 
Standing: Clarrice Cogen, Janice Kafin, Vicki Korsak. Frank Bren- 

nan, Margie Gegan, Ed Sullivan, Virginia Cleary, Jim Murphy, 

Jack Mahoney. 




DIRECTORS 

Seated: Doris McAllister, Gertrude Leifer, Grace 

Nora. 

Standing: Janice Kahn. 
LEADS 
Marguerite Armitage, Joe Duffy, Betty Whalen, Dan 

Griffin. 

CREW 

Charraion Conn, Mary Catherine McHale, Joan Burns, 
Dorothy Krupa. 






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Dennis Donnellan 
President 

Catherine Sheehan 
Vice-President 

Ardeth Magee 
Secretary 

Charies McGuckin 

Treasurer 



The Sophomore Class has been an active class, 
sponsoring at least one activity each month. In 
September there was a picnic at the Point. The 
Freshmen were guests at a barnyard jamboree in 
October. White City was the scene of the skating 
party in November. In December the class had a 
closed Christmas party. The entire school was in- 
vited to attend the January Theater Party, "Song of 
Norway." The big event of the Sophomore season 
was the Valentine Dance held at the Belden Strat- 
ford Hotel. Spring activities, in keeping with the 
season, included a Bowling Party in March, a Splash 
Party in April, and a Sox night game in May. Perhaps 
the most unigue feature about the Sophomore class 
was that each member of the class served on one 
committee during the year. 




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Betty Ammond • Marie Baker 
Phyllis Ballin 

Alice Begone • Helen Biety 



Elinor Blackwell • Nancy Bohlman 
Tom Brancato 
Arlene Breault • Alice Briggs 



Lorraine Brown • Iris Busscio 

Roberta Burgess 
Virginia Butzow • Shirley CaHey 



Florence Callaghan • Lula Christopulos 
Helen Jean Clancy 
Jeanne Connelly • Connie Conla 



Maigaret Conron • Audrey Cooper 
Lenora Costra 
Mary D'Angelo • Eleanor Davis 



Lois Davis • Frances Dowdall 
Peggy Daecy 
LaVeme DePauI • Lorraine DeSausa 



Anthony DeVito • PhyUis Duskin 
Joan Dwyer 
Vera Edwards • Carlotta Egan 



Mary Ann Fiedler • Justine Filetti 
Sophie Fine 
Robert Fischer • Marilyn Fitzgsrald 



Kathleen Flanagan • Roseann Fortino 
Marian Galati 
Margaret Garvey • Jean Glickman 



Ramona Goldblatt • Stephanie Grabowy 
Kasty Graves 
Kalhryn Graham • Charmain Harper 










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Rosemary Harty • Margaret Hufnagle • Rosemary Jalongo • Lorraine Janus 

Jean Johnson • Violet Johnson • Roberta Kadrow • Mary Keefe 

Joan Kelly • Patricia Kelly • Rosemary Kent • Clara Keske 

Catherine Kilberg • Joyce Kilgallon • John King 

Frances Kilinski • Bernadette Tansey • Helen Lenhart • Mildred Loeb 

Lillian Ludwig • Dorothy Ludwig • Shirley Lund 

June Machovec • Regina Moloney • Helen Markusic • Dorothy Mottl 

Rita McCarthy • Mary Lee McGeoghegan • Mary McGillivray 

Jean McGreal • Audrey McLean • Rilo McMahon • Betty McNamera 

Marinoreen McNicholas • Marcella Meehan • Ann Meighan 

Vivian Michaels • Mary Lou Miller • Catherine Mooney • Anita Moore 

Marge Moron • Rita Murray • Maureen Neary 




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Hosemary Nicoli • Kathleen O'Neill • Margaret O'Neill • Pat O'Neill 

Bradena Payne • Josephine Pellegrini • Harriet Peterson 



Lauretta Peterson • Shirley Phillips • Charmaine Picard • Doris Pohlman 

Geraldin Porter • Ruth Price • Mary Lou Quinn 



Beulah Reffells • Geraldine Roche • Rita Roche • Marjory Rommel 

Miriam Rowan • Alice Ryan • Rosemary Ryan 



Lillian Sanders • Rosemary Schamp • Mary Jane Schuler • Audrey Schwantes 

Coralee Schwailz • Mary Rose Schwier • Gwendolyn Smith 



Mary St. Aubens • CcUette Stevens • Audrey Streicher • Eugene Vesecky 

Joan VonAlbade • Brunhilde Wagner • Collette Walloch 



Margot Weidmann • Betty Weisel • Paula Werges • Margaret Wikel 

Beverly Wish • Charlotte Wood • Helen Woods • Rebecca Worley 




C^ladd of 50 



August Gorske 

President 

Michael Jercich 

Vice President 

Nancy Purcell 

Secretary- 
Robert Birmingham 
Treasurer 



The Class of June, 1950, is the largest class in 
school and boasts the majority of the male enroll- 
ment. The frosh started their college careers in a 
lively manner. 

Freshmen dominated both the baseball and bas- 
ketball teams. Don Trahey, former all-state basket- 
ball player, was high scoring man on our team. 
Other celebrities were Virginia Glauser, who was a 
member of "Ice-Capades," and three men attached 

to the White Sox Ball Team. 

A picnic was sponsored by and for the entire class. 
The big event of the year was the "Spring Caprice" 
dance held at the Edgewater Beach Hotel on April 
eleventh. 





Barbara Anderson • Lauretta Anderson 
Catherine Austin 

Cleo Bailey • Peggy Barron 



snore Bergquist • Rosemary Blaha 
Phyllis Bohlke 
Lenore Breen • Richard Briggs 



Cachey » Dorothy Caraher 
Ramona Carrol 
Sylvia Chatt • Audrey Cicero 



Cluik • Jeanette Costello 

Albert Cunningham 
Dorothy Dahlberg • Elsie Dowgun 



Marjorie DuHy • Donald Edgar 
Shirley Ericson 
Dick Excell • Lorraine Fur 



Mary Gallagher • Mary B. Gallagher 
Thomas Gibbons 

Diana Giesch • Joan Giesch 



Lorraine Gerard • Margie Glauser 
Marie Gleason 
Vivianne Grandsart • George Gri 





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James Grimes • Robert Grimes 

Norman Gunderson • Margaret Haffner 



■^C^^m Helen Hayes • Irene Harrington 

Evelyn June Harris • Mary Hoffman 



Helen Jacobson • Warren JahnKe 

June Kennedy • Rosemary Kirby 



Eugene Kirchkerr • Nancy Kniffen 

Dorothy Koch • Marilyn Kristy 



Therese Kruger • Morikay LaRoy, Junior 

James Lash • Ted Lewis 



Paul Lilek • William Lillevitz 

Mary Beth McGrail • Kay McCue 



Dorothy McGovern • William McGraw 

Harry McHale • Theodora McKennan 



Margo McNamara • Karoline Menzl 

Robert Michalsen • Jean Mode 



Aurelius Moody • Gertrude Mueller 

Lenore Mueller • Loretta Ni: 



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Marilyn Nugent • Noella Oates • Gerry O'Neill 

Lillian Paczkouski • Lillian Peckerman • Pat Purcell 



James Reid • William Rosenbaum • Elizabeth Ryan 

Margery Ryan • Donna Sampson • Alberta Scharonberg 



William Scheid • Joan Schmidt • Joan Seppi 



Orpah Shanda • Mary Sheehy • Theresa Shinner 



Dorothy Smith • Edward Smith • Patricia Smith 



Joan Stahl • Joe Svrcek • Donald Taylo 



Helen Tracy • Daniel T. Trahey • Mary Jane Voght 

Mary Jean Walsh • Robert Walsh • Shirley Wartenberg 

Peggy Washington • Donald Wesselhoft • Mary West 

Dorothy Wiza • Lillian Young • Norma Zobel 










Sports 



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Birds flying in badminton tour- 
naments .... records smashed 
in swimming meets .... balls 
bouncing in Latin-American 
Rhythms .... bat and ball con- 
necting in Softball .... these are 
some of WAA's activities. 

Sponsored by Miss Gertrude 
Byrne, WAA rolled into a success- 
ful year with its Freshman party 
in October. Representatives from 
each activity gave a sketch of 
their sport. Pins of achievement 
were awarded to those who had 
earned them last year. 

The school year ended happily 
with the Annual WAA Banquet 
where this year's awards were 
presented. All CTC girls are in- 
vited to join this "treat of treats" 
where there is always good fun. 




TENNIS 

Kneeling: Phyllis Swanson, Jo Wilkowski. 

Seated: Eleanor Dorman, Rosemary Blaha, Helen Wainauskus, Dorothy 
Kozeluh. 




FALL OFFICERS 
Seated: Phyllis S 
Doris Pohlman 
Anne Lizius. 



Nora Wrobel, 
Margaret Schmidt, 



landing: Audrey MacLean, Secretary; 
Patricia Norman, President; Shirley 
Anderson, Vice-President; Ardeth Ma- 
gee, Treasurer. 



SPRING OFFICERS 

Seated: Lois Thompson, President; 
Rosemary Kent, Eleanor Dorman, 
Mary Lou Pfister, Ruth Tappert, Mar- 
garet Schmidt, Peggy Cortilet. 

Standing: Mary Gallagher, Phyllis 
Swanson, Dorothy Smith, Treasurer; 
Brunhilde Wagner, Secretary; Florita 
Laughlin, Vice-President. 



FOLK DANCING 



SWIMMING 



BADMINTON 



VOLLEY BALL 




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MAA this year took significant steps toward re- 
gaining its pre-war position. President Jim Murphy 
and Secretary-Treasurer Mike McLaughhn inaugu- 
rated the year's activities with the ol' traditional 
freshmen initiation ceremony. A pushball contest 
highlighted the event, and the solemn ceremony of 
kissing the school climaxed an "on-all-fours" pil- 
grimage from the auditorium. 




Reviving the "good old days," the MAA held its 
first post-war intramural touchfootball tournament, 
and in December it crowned "the Barons" champions. 



First Row: Frank Toggenbuger, Bill Dillon, Joe Tadelman, Mike McLaughlin, Jim Murphy. Paul 
Lilek, Dick Excell, Don Taylor. 

Second Row: Alonzo Chancellor, Jim Morley, Matt King, Joe Duffy, John Moloney, Harper Philbin, 
Ray Swanson, Dick Briggs, Jacke Cotts, Jim Kasperik, Ed Sullivan. 

Third Row: Ed Kearney, Bill Doheny, Don Brady, Bill Gibbons, Marty Gray, Gordon Fitzgerald, 
Chuck Johnson. Frank Brennan, Don Edgar, Rich Thompson. 




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First Row: Jack Mahoney, Frank 
Toggenburger, Jim Morley, Ed 
Keamey, Rich Thompson. 

Second Row: Jim Reid, Ed Smith, 
Tom Gibbons, Joe Svrcek, Mike 
Micklos, Jim Cahill, Fred Betz, Bill 
Oris. 



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First Row: Joe Duffy, Dick Briggs, 
Don Taylor, Don Wesselhoff, Jim 
Kasperik, Bill Lillwitz. 

Second Row: Bob Crossen, Chuck 
McGuckin, Don Edgar, Marty Gray, 
Tony DiVito, Harpsr Philbin, Dick 
Lister, Chuck Johnson, Ed Sullivan, 
Mike McLaughlin, Mike Jercich, 
Jim Cotts. 

Third Row: Don Brady, Tom Bran- 
cato. Jack Mulder, Cy Howard. 
Frank Waterstraat, Dan Griffen, 
Matt King, Bob Birmingham, Gor- 
don Fitzgerald, Ray Swanson, 
Chester Piotrowski, Frank Bren- 
nan, Jim Murphy. 




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First Row: Dan Trahey, Mike McLaughlin, Don Taylor. 

Second Row: Jim Grimes, Bill Dillon, Jim McGraw, Jim Kasperik. 



d^asketball 



The Colonels completed a successful season which was forecast at their 
turnout of cage talent, the largest in five years. With only four veterans of last 
year's team, the squad was composed mainly of Freshmen. 

No one group could be called the first team. Highest scorer was Dan Trahey 
who paced the Colonel attack with 226 points. Following were Spin Salario 
and Bill Dillon with 153 and 115 points respectively. Other high scorers were 
Marty Gray, Bill McGraw, and Mike McLaughlin. 

The Colonels' record shows two victories over Concordia (River Forest) and 
single wins over Concordia (Milwaukee), Illinois Tech, Aurora, and George 
WiUiams. To offset these six wins there were eleven defeats, but the Colonels 
had their most successful record since 1942. 





Colonels' opponent trii 
block an attempted 
for the basket. 




All eyes on the ball as 
Taylor of The Colonels 
makes a try. 



Anderson, Sylvia Ruth, 8439 Ada Vin. 1257 

Aprill. Eunice, 1314 .S. Aire Cra. 0157 

Armitage, Marg- -Jnle Mnt'- 'IJO Oakenwald. . . .Oak. 3084 

Augelli, Clodainit.i . 4,'-0 W. Floumoy Aus. 3892 

Barber, Florence V ., 92^ N. Waller Est. 0047 

Bednarski, Matylda V., 9523 Greenwood Reg. 8254 

Behrends, LaVerne Dorothy, 5231 Glenwood Edg. 1462 

Bell, John E., 6441 N. Clark 

Rergh, George Stenwood, 2651 N. Marmora Ber. 1145 

, igen, Helen Margaret, 6932 S. Wabash Tri. 2756 

onell, John D., 932 Oakdale Ave Wei. 6415 

Booth, Betty, 2666 E. 78th St Reg. 1281 

Brennan, Frank Joseph, 8143 Eberharl Vin. 8226 

Eringe, Alice Marie (Chris), 5521 Monitor Pal. 0239 

Burke, Muriel Ann, 8417 S. Aberdeen Tri. 8474 

Bums, Joan S., 7344 Wabash Abe. 1815 

Butler, Julia Maria, 7001 S. Wabash Abe. 2739 

Byrne, Patricia Marie, 7915 S. Winchester Tri. 1925 

Cahill, Joan Marie, 7308 Emerald Ave Abe. 8265 

Carroll, Jomarie Anne, 1321 E. 64th St And. 8535 

Cecola, Lorraine Dolores, 1308 N. Ridgeway Spa. 5541 

Chancellor, Allonzo Dennison, 6508 Langley Ave. . Dor. 4026 

ChatI, Anna Josephine, 1329 Thorndale Edg. 7124 

Clancy. Virginia M., 1461 E. 69th PI Dor. 3055 

Cleary, Virginia M., 8422 S. Dante Ave Sag. 7684 

Clendenon, Earl, 6227 South Park Ave Wen. 0192 

Cogen, Clarice Jacobson, 5643 Glenwood Ard. 0124 

Coghlan, Margaret Florence, 1510 E. Marquette Rd.Pla 1140 

Conn, Charmion, 6932 Lowe Ave Abe. 5948 

Connery, Joseph James, 7529 Phillips Bay. 6036 

Cook, Elizabeth G., 6237 Eberhart Wen. 7645 

Crist, Dorothy Anne, 8041 Peoria St Vin. 4175 

Crossen, Robert Shelley, 7642 S. Paulina Tri. 2258 

Degian, Robert E., 3840 W. Ohio Van. 8376 

Derer, Shirley M., 3235 S. Lawndale Bis. 6540 

Dillon, Mariellen, 1527 E. 65th St Fai. 4160 

Dimitt, Dorothy A., 9337 S. Ada Bev. 4708 

Doheny, William J., 7807 Cregier Sag. 5840 

DuHicy, Consuelo Patricia, 917 W. Garfield Wen. 2117 

Dufty, Joseph M., 4217 Jackson Blvd Van. 2126 

Dunn, Ann Ita, 7936 Elizabeth Vin. 4507 

Dunn, Jessie, 7215 S. Harvard. . Abe. 6809 

Dwyer, Mary Catherine, 7032 Merrill Ave Hyd. 1287 

Elfman, Shirley, 857 W. Lawrence Sun. 9005 

Elliott, Edward, 7704 So. Prairie Rod. 6787 

Ellis, Bert, 4109 Lincoln Lak. 4011 

Fabing, Michael David, 1917 E. 85th Reg. 6968 

Fallon, Lois Jeanne, 1644 N. Melvina Ave Mer. 4175 

Flynn, Marifran, 1401 N. Menard Mer. 5024 

Franklin. Velma Louise, 9221 Indiana Wat. 1645 



Freeman, Julia, 6637 S. Michigan Eng. 6447 

Frese, Ella Mae, 2041 W. 67th PI Hem. 5493 

Freidman, Norton M., 4249 W. Roosevelt Law. 9142 

Gade, Elaine, 6415 S. Hermitage Ave Gro. 4264 

Garry, Louise Ann, 2916 N. Normandy 

Gegan, Marjorie, 3040 Chase Hoi. 1192 

Giancola, Flemrae May, 824 N. Washtenaw Bru. 0013 

Gjorup. Warren Lykke, 3233 W. Beach Cap. 10131 

Glasco, Dora Harris, 2341 W. Maypole Che. 1836 

Goldberg, Ruth F., 753 S. Lawndale Ked. 5143 

Graft, Norman, 1150 W. 59th St Eng. 1060 

Graham, Mary Therese, 3019 E. 79th St Sou. 3526 

Gray, Mary Jane, 4032 N. Lawler Pal. 4071 

Grien, Dolores, 4234 N. Mason Ave Pal. 6292 

Griffin. Daniel, 5027 W. Cullom Kil. 2393 

Gross, Thelma, 1324 S. Kedvale Law. 1306 

Grundei. Helen Mae, 2131 Leland Ave Edg. 1163 

Guysenir, Maurice Glenn, 4410 W. Farragut Ave. 7810 

Hagensee, Theodore Edw., 2647 Maplewood Ave.. Eve. 3090 

Halm, Colletta A., 7727 Eberhart Ave Vin. 5239 

Harrington, Virginia, 8053 Vernon Ave Rod. 7363 

Harris, Leah Nixon, 4819 N. Avers Ave Ind. 8309 

Harrod. Gloria V.. 6531 Eberhart Pla. 7589 

Hill. Norene. 8919 Justine St Ced. 2445 

Hills, Patricia, 512 W. 118th St PuL 1181 

Kofer, Esther, 1005 W. 104th St Ced. 2858 

Hoffman, June, 8145 Maryland Vin. 7237 

Hogan, Kathleen Ann, 2632 N. Richmond Alb. 1237 

Homolka, Lillian Theresa, 5930 S. Laflin Rep. 2982 

Honoroff, Zora M., 8249 Maryland Abe. 5590 

Houlihan, George P., 836 E. 82nd St Ste. 6733 

Isaac, Margrethe Gloria, 854 N. Drake Ave BeL 8306 

Jokubowski, Severene, 9202 Anthony Ave Reg. 2517 

Johnson, Charles William, 8118 S. Princeton Rod. 3036 

Johnson, Dellora E., 542 N. Lamon Aus. 8954 

Jordan. Joan. 6216 S. Francisco Gro. 2369 

Jordon. Lionel K.. 5417 Calumet Ave Atl. 4519 

Jummati. Josephine, 647 N. Kedzie Nev. 6414 

Kahn. Janice S.. 2738 Pine Grove Hue. 1575 

Kappester, Terree, 1956 W. Bradley PI Wei. 3504 

Kearney, Edmund, 157 W. 74th St Abe. 4991 

Kelly, Frances, 4440 N. Mozart Irv. 2711 

Kenny. Mary Grace. 1308 N. Ridgeway Spa. 5541 

King. Gwendolyn, 5810 S. Parkway But. 4139 

King, Matthew Joseph, 6230 S. Blackstone Fai 2678 

Kinsella, Virginia, 7543 Yates Sou. 2224 

Kirby, Patricia, 8246 St, Lav reacc Rad. 1764 

Kole, Loretta, 5112 W. Fnildi.-n xv,- Ber. 3273 

Korsak •' 6125 S. Richnxr.l Pro. 2410 

Krun- / Jane, 8117 S. H' Ave Vin. 1028 



Krupa, Dorothy E., 229 E. 67th St Eng. 861 1 

Lackey, June Grace, 8828 S. Morgan Vin. 9521 

Langridge. Shirley, 7102 S. Jeftery Dor. 4961 

Lebetski, Dorothy A. (Gburczyk), 1532 N. Ashland. Her. 8288 

Leiier, Gertrude, 712 Bittersweet PI Lak. 7657 

Leyden, Doris Schober, 6406 S. Hoyne Ave Hem. 1322 

Lieberman, Ruth Lee, 3816 Lexington Van. 9262 

Lifton, Pauline Freedman, 4343 W. 13th St Law. 4480 

Lipton, Louis. 1142 S. Springfield Ked. 3998 

Lites, Willie James, 5047 Federal St Liv. 8888 

Lyden, M. Lois, 8027 Chappell Reg. 5800 

Made], Irene, 2751 W. 47th St Yar. 8262 

Madden, James, 8 155 Cornell Bay 2782 

Magrady, Mariellen, 3335 W. Monroe St Ked. 7336 

Mahoney, John J., 217 N. LaVergne CoL 0523 

Moloney, Bernard, 8235 Champlain Had. 1468 

Manno, Anne S., 3708 N. Fremont Gra. 3890 

Mant, Rosemary, 924 W. 54th PI 

Markusic. Mildred Marie, 9620 Escanaba Ave Sou. 8274 

Morse, Betty J., 6200 Ellis Ave Dor. 10152 

Martin, Mary L., 10819 S. Trumbull Hil. 1375 

Mays, Mary Margaret, 6511 S. Aberdeen Nor. 8015 

Meany, John O., 8023 Sangamon Vin. 2485 

Mikulecky, Vivian M., 6425 S. Artesian Pro. 2932 

Mooney, Philip Arthur, 6046 S. Talman Pro. 7251 

Moss, Paul, 916 W. Carmen Ave Edg. 3011 

Murphy, James John, 5753 S. Peoria St Eng. 2584 

McAlHster, Doris, 1956 E. 73rd PI Hyd. 1691 

McBride, Lawrence, 7652 Phillips Bay, 6222 

McGee, Frances, 5257 Congress Man. 9314 

McGowan, Margaret Patricia, 1959 Jackson Blvd.. Mon. 0650 

McHale, Mary Catherine, 4443 W. Adams Col. 7339 

McLaughlin, Michael ].. 7932 S. Justine Had. 9167 

McNally, Rojeanne, 8439 S. Wood Bev. 0893 

Nora, Grace A., 7749 Clyde Ave Sou. 6757 

Norman, Patricia Gay, 318 W. North Avenue Mic. 6534 

Nyhat, Joan, 8627 S. Loomis Blvd Vin. 7197 

O'Byme, Jean, 4613 N. Paulina Sun. 6830 

O'Keefe, Eleanor Mary, 7037 S. Park Ave Abe. 0073 

Olson, Edna S., 6937 Merrill Ave Fai. 0130 

O'Neill, Florence, 6442 S. Artesian Pro. 2463 

Pareti, Antoinette, 1601 E. 68th St Dor. 6028 

Patarini, Lothe, 7713 S. Dobson Rad. 9038 

Patrick, Jr., Chester S., 6217 S. Maplewood Hem. 4999 

Perkins. Lucille C, 6238 T..". , Ave Mid. 6154 

Piemonte, Viola A., 4;:oq W Maypole Van. 2607 

Powell, Lorraine M. 4;. '7 ,arqley .Dre. 6164 

Price, Adeline Joa ' ' S. Spaulding . . . . .at. 2853 



Fusatera, Lena Adeline, 8358 S. Prairie Abe. 2238 

Riordan, Mary Virginia, 3' -,. LaVergne Ave.. . .Col. 2041 

Robinson, Adrienne, 614^; , Ada St. . . . 

Hozner, Elsie Koch, 5238 ^ Hyd. 4944 

Ryan, Mary Terese, 5328 W. „o jfess Aus. 5505 

Saiario, Isadore, 1143 S. St. Louis Van. 5928 

Sampson, Ruth, 855 Margate Terr Sun. 3887 

Scherrer, Mary Ann, 6436 Ingleside Mid. 2621 

Schlammes, Frances, 1522 Parkside Man. 6' 

Schwartz, Pauline A., 4819 Catalpa Mul. j2 i 

Schwarz, Marjorie Ann, 5230 W. Schubert Bei. , 

Senechal, Marie Therese, 7834 Constance Sag. 1j4 

Severance, David, 657 W. 64th St Wen. 403o 

Shea, Margaret, 1729 N. Nagle Mer. 6181 

Shevick, Edward, 840 E. 52nd St Hyd. 4292 

Shirey, Rosemary Therese, 8206 Honore Tri. 8585 

Silhan, Arthur, 6323 S. Kildare Por. 8426 

Skopes, Elaine Juliet, 9155 University Reg. 1477 

Smith, Charles, 512 E. 37th St Atl. 1690 

Storks, Augustine, 11401 S. Ashland Bev. 4704 

Stenzel, Lorraine Ann, 2510 W. Chicago Arm. 3262 

Stepalski, Wanda, 4519 S. Christiana Yar. 1455 

Steven, Daniel J. (Uczciwek), 1259 Noble Bru. 2662 

Stolk, Carolyn, 2128 96th St Sou. 7853 

Sullivan, Edward Thomas, 7805 S. Green St Ste. 7561 

Tappert, Ruth Barbara, 4055 N. Kenneth Pal. 5675 

Thayer, Theresa N., 6228 Eberhart Wen. 0158 

Thomas, Audrey, 5701 Michigan Eng. 8062 

Thompson, Lois Jean, 6240 S. Blackstone Dor. 4081 

Tisci, Antoinette L., 1542 W. Fillmore Mon. 6032 

Toggenburger, Frank J., 6241 Greenwood Ave.. . .Dor. 0826 

Toscas, Sophie L., 7518 Rhodes Ave Ste. 4210 

Turkstra, Ruth E., 10911 Michigan Pul. 0100 

Vidovich, Mary Louise, 8757 Poxton Bay. 0310 

Walsh, Bernadette E., 8125 S. Michigan Vin. 2488 

Walsh, William J., 2504 E. 96th St 

Waters, Wilma H.. 7705 Calumet Ave Ste. 4084 

Webber, Dorothy Mary (Smith), 9355 S. Laflin St.. .Bev. 1309 

Weiler, Mary Ann, 205 N. Leamington Aus. 2739 

Weiser, Dorothy Mae, 47 N. Long Ave Ave. 4692 

Welsch, Rosemary Anne, 7130 Hermitage Hem. 3442 

Whalen, Bette, 6641 Kimbark Fai. 2985 

Wilhelms, Mary Ann, 7354 Clyde Ave Pla. 0541 

Wimbish, Odessa I., 4203 Michigan Atl. 2350 

Wimmer, Lucille, 3301 Maypole Ave Nev. 6672 

Yursen, Aldona L., 6605 S. Richmond Pro. 10343 

Zafiratos, Irene, 3717 N. Magnolia Lak. 4862 



SPONSORS 



Peg Abrams 

Aheam's Foods 

Mr. and Mrs. Anderson 

Andy's Foot Marl 

Marguerite Armitage 

Julie Beall 

Mr. Thomas M. Benson 

Beta Omega Chi 

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Blackman's Jewelry 

Don Blyth 

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Rick Larry Bom 

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Marge Buckley 

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Mr. and Mrs. John T. Burke 

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Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cole 

Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Cole 

James A. Cotts 

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Robert Crossen 

Geraldine E. Crotty 



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Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Donnellan 

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Mr. and Mrs. John Kowalczyk 

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Mr. and Mrs. Walter LaRoy 

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Gordon Weiler, Jr. 

Betty Whalen 

Miss Dele Whalen 

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Whalen 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Whalen 

Peggy Williamson 

Mr. George Zamzow 

Robert Zamzow 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



THE CLASS OF 1947 



Compliments 

of 

NEWMAN CLUB 



JONES & CLEARY 


VISIT THE MOST PLEASANT 


ROOFING CO. 


AIR CONDITIONED LOUNGE 


• GRAVEL ROOFS 


at 


• ASPHALT ROOFS 


MORRIS PERFECT 


• SHINGLE ROOFS 


EAT SHOP 


• ROCK WOOL INSULATION 


SPECIAL ATTENTION 




GIVEN PARTIES 


6822 South Chicago Ave. 




Wentworth 2141-2142 


410 E. 47th Street Drexel 4673 



Anywhere in Chicago 

AMBASSADOR 
FLORAL CO. 

Complete line of merchandise 
including 

ORCHIDS and GARDENIAS 

Two delivery trucks Established 22 years 

710305 S. Slate Phone: Stewart 2880 

I. G. TOSCAS 



Compliments of 

FLORENCE O'NEILL 



THE CHICAGO TEACHERS UNION 




CONGRATULATES YOU 

and 

WELCOMES YOU INTO THE PROFESSION 

IT INVITES YOU TO JOIN THE MAJORITY ORGANIZATION 

OF CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS 

AND RECEIVE THE BENEFITS OF 

PROTECTION — through group action of the largest teachers' 
union local in the United States. 

SUPPORT — of the 7,100,000 members of the American Fed- 
eration of Labor who believe in education. 

FREEDOM — from worry during illness through its health 
insurance. 

SECURITY — through loans and savings in the Union Teachers 
Credit Union. 



VISIT YOUR UNION OFFICE 
509 S. Wabash Ave. Call: Wabash 8849 



CLASS 1948 



Everything 


PRESCRIPTIONS 


in Electrical Appliance OHice Supplies. 
Stationery and OHice Furniture 


We Fully Realize the Importance of Our 
Service and the Responsibility. 


CROWNS 


"Your Doctor Depends On Us-So Can You" 


222 So. Wabash Ave. 


THOS. W. LYMAN, R.Ph. 


Harrison 7400 


7101 Stewart Ave. Stewart 3574 


Fine Fashions for Men and Women 




MORRIS /^l 




SACHS, ' ^ef 

INC. ^IL 


MACK'S CURRENCY 
EXCHANGE 


Halsted ^M^ 





GRADUATES 
WELCOME 



CHICAGO TEACHERS COLLEGE 
ALUMNI 



FRED WECK 
President 



JO-JO CANTEEN, INC. 


MAYZEL'S DRUGS 
THE REXALL STORE 

Berkin & Roseman, Prop. 

6856 Wenlworth Ave. 
Phone: Aberdeen 2526 


CLASS 1949 


LAUER SISTERS 








SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF '47 
in its chosen profession 

BERNARD J. O'HALLAREN 
Alderman, 18th Word 











CONGRATULATIONS 




ON THIS YEAR'S EMBLEM! 


CLARKE-BREWER 


IT'S FINE 




WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOUR 


TEACHERS AGENCY 


STUDENT NEEDS AT ALL TIMES 

WERKMEN'S 




BOOK STORE 




350 West 69th Street 


Compliments 


of 


CHI SIGMA DELTA 





Compliments of 




GAYETY CANDY CO. 


Compliments of 


HOMEMADE CANDIES 
and ICE CREAM 


RICHARD F. RAUHUT 


9207 S. Commercial Ave. 





STYLED FOR 

YOUTH 

ON THE CAMPUS 



An inter-denominational student organization that is 
holding forth for the Christian Faith on our American 
Campuses. Spiritual reality is emphasized by daily 
devotions and Bible study. Open discussions of in- 
tellectual problems point the way to the reasonable- 
ness of the Christian faith. 

For the best in student life look to the: 

INTER VARSITY 
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



Everyone Invited. 

For information call or write our office 

64 E. Lake Street 

Chicago 1, Illinois 

Phone: FrankUn 5979 

VISIT OUR LOCAL CHAPTER 



Compliments of 




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THE COUNTRY CLUB HOTEL 

6930 SOUTH SHORE DRIVE 



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PHOTOGRAPHY 

WALINGER STUDIO 

37 so. WABASH AVE. 
CENTRAL 7734 



PHOTO-ENGRAVING 

WALLACE-MILLER CO. 

466 W. SUPERIOR ST. 
SUPERIOR 7440 



PRINTING 

THE RAVERET-WEBER PRINTING CO. 

727 SO. DEARBORN ST. 
HARRISON 1770 



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